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Any AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement Help?

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Howdy there,

I've been on 10.6.8 for a while now, and finally decided to step it up to Lion. Install went fine, and I was able to boot up into Lion using the -x boot flag. Once there, I used the Lion MultiBeast, and I think I messed it up somewhere, because now I can't boot into anything, even my SL install USB. I keep getting the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement panic, which I've seen before, but I can't seem to figure out how to correct the issue, since I can't boot into anything on the machine.

I'm just posting to see if anyone can possibly push me in the right direction on this... I know this isn't much to go on.

I certainly hope I haven't bricked this thing, because it's got some fairly important pieces of info on there, but if that's the case, oh well. Live and learn.

Specs on the build are in my signature, thanks for any assistance anyone can offer.

Regards,

Eric the Fish
 

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Howdy there,

I've been on 10.6.8 for a while now, and finally decided to step it up to Lion. Install went fine, and I was able to boot up into Lion using the -x boot flag. Once there, I used the Lion MultiBeast, and I think I messed it up somewhere, because now I can't boot into anything, even my SL install USB. I keep getting the AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement panic, which I've seen before, but I can't seem to figure out how to correct the issue, since I can't boot into anything on the machine.

I'm just posting to see if anyone can possibly push me in the right direction on this... I know this isn't much to go on.

I certainly hope I haven't bricked this thing, because it's got some fairly important pieces of info on there, but if that's the case, oh well. Live and learn.

Specs on the build are in my signature, thanks for any assistance anyone can offer.

Regards,

Eric the Fish

try boot with -x -f
 
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Gotcha, I'll give it a run. Did a lot of different combinations of the major boot flags about an hour ago, too.

Aaaaaaaaand...

Upon doing -x -f, the boot hangs up at the following line:

"USBMSC Identifier (non-unique): 4320310A67000135 0x781 0x5406 0x200"

Not particularly sure what this means, either. Dunno if I've seen this hangup before. There's no disk activity, either.
 
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